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to safety. >>> water is usually welcome by firefighters. this much quite an obs cal. firefighters responded to a fire last night. the flames spread to businesses an other homes. flooding made it difficult to get to the site. 50 homes were destroyed. >>> residents in new jersey are under a mandatory curfew until 6:00 a.m. more than 1 million homes and businesses were left without power. the storm cut off atlantic city and other island communities, stranding many residents who decided to stay put based on what their major told them rather than evacuated as the governor suggested. >>> a woman who was rescued in the atlantic after abandoning a ship in rough weather turned up by hurricane sandy has clieed. she was unresponsive when she was pulled from the water and was later pronounced dead at a hospital. 14 other crew members were rescued. a sailing vessel that was originally bill from the -- built in 1962. >>> well really want to hear from you and what your and your family are doing through this or deal. be sure to go to our facebook page and report out powers, damage and sends your pictures.
suffered minor injuries. sflsz -- >> we'll keep you posted. >>> now low cal power outages. >> thank you for bearing with me. there are widespread outages and you can see by this map here a lot of yellows and oranges. we don't like to see that. i will say that numbers have been declining. just to give you an idea, this is bge. they now have 206,000 plus people in the dark. at the height of it they were close to 300,0 00. a lot of progress over night, something we didn't think was going to happen. fortunately the storm has blown through so folks and crews can get on their way and get work done. we're moving onto dominion power. right now they're at 117,155 system wide. in northern virginia there's the bulk of it, 109,978, close to 110,000 in northern virginia. you can see the map. a lot fewer red dots but still you see a lot of yellows. in fairfax city, fairfax, arlington, stuff you don't want to see. we want to see those colors reduced a lot more. hopefully in the next half hour we can bring that to you. pepco right now we're seeing 24,942 outages. a lot lower number than expected. i'm s
off roofs, plus cal signs will be gone. -- political signs will be gone. street flooding monday evening, downed trees and limbs a given. local impact, leesburg winds 45 to 70 miles per hour, critical now through 2 p.m. tomorrow. frederick you'll have a hurricane force wind gust at least 45 to 75 miles per hour. you're critical from now through 2 p.m. tomorrow. we've extended critical times north and west of town. fairfax 45 to 70 miles per hour, also critical until early tomorrow afternoon. we give you these critical times, the winds won't go away after 2 p.m. this is the height of the storm, if you will. la plata, maryland, charles county, 40 to 65 mile-per-hour winds, 4 to 8 inches of rain. nap police 50 to 75 miles per hour -- annapolis, 50 to 75 miles per hour, 5 to 10 inches of rain are perhaps as much as 12 inches of rain before it's all done. please stay away from windows. supreme on the lower level. treat this as if it were a tornado warning. highest wind 40 to 75 miles per hour which is actually hurricane strength and critical now through we'll say tuesday, 2 p.m. that
. the "los angeles times" says a gunman opened fire at a halloween party on the university of southern cal university. two people have been detained. hours later they gave the all clear. >>> the "philadelphia inquirer" reports jerry sandusky has been transferred to maximum security prison that houses most of pennsylvania's death row inmates. he's serving a 30 year sentence for child molestation. >> the "wall street journal" reports on a major step towards personalized medicine. they sequenced dna material of more than 1,000 people. they come from 14 population groups in europe, africa, east asia. the project off terrifies closest look yet at differences in human dna. it could help doctors diagnose diseases. >>> and britain's telegaffe ace archaeologists found the oldest pre-historic town. it was found in >>> this national weather report sponsored by sponsored by nectresse. the new 100% natural no calorie sweetener. . >>> one of america's busiest airports was covered with water during superstorm sandy. this morning laguardia airport is re-opening but after some chaos continues worldwide. we
rains. very heavy rains across cal bert and st. mary's, prince george's, anne arundel, even toward dc, rains starting to pick up. picking up out to the west. just not as heavy, western lowden and fairfax. slowly, but it's coming. the warnings, seneca creek and dawsonville, montgomery county, baltimore area and most of the eastern shore now dealing with flood warnings and we'll likely see a lot more of that unfortunately with the very heavy rain we'll be dealing with. the winds, that's going to be the other big problem here. rainfall totals, going to see 6 inches in dc, maybe a foot south and east, where they have already had quite a bit of rain from yesterday and overnight. and the tropical storm force winds will be moving in probably in the next few hours. here we go, starting at 9:00. these winds in orange are gusts to almost 60 miles an hour and above. red is the hurricane force winds. this is a sustained wind forecast from the national hurricane center. this is a massive wind field. look at this, tropical storm winds past charlottesville, all the way up into maine. this is an enor
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